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from that building received notice. the second point is that dpw testified if starbucks objected we most likely would have denied the parent and we have on record that starbucks did object to the permit. they have not withdrawn their objection and the fact that they are not taking an active part in this appeal does not mean they did not object to the permit. third, dpw has been misapplying the 300' radius. the order says 300' radius and public works code says [#350-7b8/]' radius and for them to use a 300' walking distance instead of an radius is an arbitrary and capricious application of law. the like foods argument, we just want dpw to get it right next time. they said starbucks sells like food within a 3 off and on' radius and the applicant agrees and let's get it right and say we're using our discretion and there is like foods within 300'. allison rowe, this is subito's truck, which they plan to move which is sidewalk service. it's odd that they accepted the permit that expressedly prohibits sidewalk service. two, making apples-to-apples comparisons to menus. three, in march, the
, a de novo hearing. starbucks hasn't been around in 15 months. they sent one email in november of 2011, saying they were concerned about ingress and egress. at this point they are nowhere to be found. i spoke with the regional vice president of starbuckss, a guy name david chu who said we don't want to be involved of we want to be neutral. we don't want to do anything more. we're neutral. we're staying out of it. doesn't sound like starbucks is particularly worried. it was just a question of ingress and egress. at this point the closest store to our truck location is 290 feet away. you have to cross a public street to get to a starbucks. yes, it's been 300', but as mr. kwong will tell you, it's just a factor that may be considered by dpw. there are lots of other factors that could be considered, including the fact that starbucks is a gigantic name-brand that people will go to no matter what. they have wi-fi and sell a full menu. in terms of like foods as my client has mentioned he make his living only with the sale of espresso drinks and coffee. if you look at the guidelines and this i
. and third, the starbucks objection. starbucks objected and dpw says hey, if starbucks would have objected we would have denied the permit. i don't see how you got around that. radius services admittedly [stkrao-u/]ed up on the notice. the 300' radius is in their order and they have the list of businesses within a 300' radius for and for them say we don't know what businesses are in a 300' radius, that is just bs. thank you. >> thank you. >> 15 seconds, i have the map, reference to the 200' to the toilet. if you do a little subtraction, this is a public works map. you will see it's a good 200' plus the time you go up the stairway to the back is probably 240 feet. thank you. >> legalo again. i have a few things to talk about like now. first of all, notice. radius services did notice from the midpoint of the block face using assessor's block as they have always done in all of these situations. if for some reason the board of appeals feels going forward a different radius should be used that would be great, but we were going on what radius service has always done. i find it interesting that t
just like to go back to the starbucks objection. the applicant seems to feel that starbucks does not continue to object. i talked to kim winston, who is the senior manager for government affairs for starbucks, and starbucks is loath to be publicly opposed to small independents, of course. they are 17,000 nationwide/world wide operation and they are not going to come out as an 800 -pound gorilla to opposite this. they sent an email to the department of public works that states to [pwho-pl/] it may concern, starbucks is opposed tot application submitted by expresso subito. while we are not opposed to expresso subito's operations we object to the proposed locations for the trucks. they have not rescinded the objection. i think that is very relevant. thank you. >> thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> and if you could come forward and line up by mr. pacheco, that will save second here's. >> my name is john gaser, adolph [tkpwa-ers/], inc. and i want to deal with the ingress and egress of people moving on 2nd street. 2nd street is 15' of saluki on either side. and as the parties
not be considered like a diner. all of the people who have been speaking except for starbucks, which isn't here have said that they are operate full-day menus and dpw's stance in this and consistent application of the guidelines has to been to look at totality of the menu. we're merely asking for consistent application of the guidelines. the guidelines say that they are aloud to consider like foods. they don't have to say no, but they can consider them. that is what dpw did here. okit method of measurement that dpw uses to determine like foods is clearly a walking distance. the appellants made a big deal how everywhere in the guidelines it talks about radius and radius and radius and one place it doesn't. to me, exactly the opposite. the fact that it doesn't say 300' radius there, means that you can do a 300' walking distance which is, in fact, exactly what police department did in past times. regarding the restroom issue, i think we have the owner of the facility that is going to provide the restroom here tonight to speak with you. but i think it's suffice to say that you don't need ada accessible.
the starbucks and substitute the other one there have no like foods espresso within a 300' walking distance. so if you wish to remedy that type [kwro-erbgs/] that would be great, but it is a typo and mr. kwong would tell you that. let's talk about the notice that mr. hew was talking about. there was a newspaper notice about the dpw hearing in march. that provided constructive notice to the entire city. also in a due process case, the issue is whether an individual is going to be deprived of the an interest in life, liberty or property. none ever those are the case here. they are coming here and telling you there is an issue with due process. they are not provided anybody who is arguing that. they did that last time when they thought royal exchange was a problem, but they haven't this time. so the same issue is the 300' walking distance. that doesn't change no matter where the due process -- the notice is coming from. again, we have done everything right. we have done everything in good faith and consistent with city policy up to this point and radius service policy and dpw policy and we reque
thing that was brought up was that starbucks submitted an objection. but it was not put in these minutes that gary responded to those objections. and it made big, huge changes including moving the location and changing hours. so i think the fact that they haven't actually gone out of their way to withdraw it might be moot. thank you. >> thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> hello, my name is karen smith and i represent aristoinvestment group. he would like to tell that you rob black, who is the owner of off the grid had stated numerous times in the past year, to year and a half that the revised ordinance back in 2011, was specifically to bring food choices to undeserved areas of san francisco. undeserved arab. so i went on merriam-webster to find out what is "undeserved" area. this is a well-served area. the ordinance was stated and revised to bring undeserved or underserved areas of the city with options. mr. ramadan stated that he was able to sign the letter on behalf of this coffee truck to use the restroom. i am wondering if the lease that he has with the owner of the building
's weighted. whereas as i stated, starbucks was approximately 280-290' away when we measured. it so in terms of evaluation, the department is based upon the guidelines established and as legislation is established to make that evaluation. and we believe that we acted appropriately in this case and i'm prepared to answer any questions that you may have. >> i have a question. the appellants have stated that starbucks was against this coffee truck. have you guys had any conversation or to verify or not verify that that was the case? >> in this case the department received an email, as stated, by both part ies. it's stated whereas they don't have objections to subito's itself, the concern is about the path of travel and accessible to the sidewalk leading to their facility. so it was evaluated on how wide the sidewalk is also. our minimum requirements are 6' path of travel at all times, perour regulations. i would like to find out from the gentleman who showed that picture from senor sigs of that location and the time it was, so we can notify that mobile food truck that they are in violation,
that plays into her investment strategy. finally doctor mcdreamey, is going toe to toe with starbucks. "grey's anatomy" star patrick dempsey in seattle today leading a group of investors trying to buy tully's, a bankrupt, seattle coffee chain. the actor has spent several year's filming in seattle, and he has some big competition, starbucks is also bidding for some of tully's assets. dempsey says buying the coffee chain is all about saving jobs. a judge will decide who get's tully's next friday. >> how much you wajted to bet if they get it will you see a lot of product placement on that abc show. >> tom: more than a cup of coffee is what it will be worth. that's "nightly business report" for thursday, january 3. have a great evening everyone, and you too susie. >> susie: goodnight tom. thanks for watching everyone. we'll see you online at: www.nbr.com and back here tomorrow night. captioning sponsored by wpbt captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org ♪ >>> and their buns are something i have yet to find anywhere else. >> i'm not inviting you to my house for dinner. >> breaded
hardly any large chains of restaurants. there was no starbucks. there were no kfcks and, in fact, they were all lined trying to get permits like this gentleman is. but then the city was protecting the small businessman. and the reason they couldn't get parents is that they didn't want that quality of food in the city. they wanted the unique business in the city. it seems now that has reversed. the food trucks, whether it's coffee or food, they are always offering service that is not here already. i go to they will awesome the time and the reason i do is because they are better. not always, but often. the small businessman will go out of his way to make it better. the large business will keep their -- if they are good, they will keep their quality at the same level to keep their business at the same level. if you want uniqueness and you want to see good quality, you are going to allow more small businesses, not less. so thank you. >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> hi there. thank you. my name is alex hart. it seems clear from my reading of the city ordinance and dpw guid
't write that -- on the latest earnings from starbucks. in spite of the economic times, starbucks is widely expected to report a strong set of figures, all thanks to robust worldwide sales and fast-pace program. the seattle-based company, well, it reports its latest quarterly earnings. that comes up after the closing market bell in new york today. profits, though, for starbucks may be up well over 10%, but it has not been all smooth sailing. starbucks got a roasting for paying no corporation tax on new sales of some $600 million. it's now volunteered to make some payments. starbucks arrangements are perfectly legal and typical of a multinational of its kind. but critics have not been silent, forcing starbucks into damage control. >> one of the things that's really tricky about that situation on corporation tax is how do you educate the public of the complexities of the british tax code, and does the public really care about those intricacies? probably not. so, on the one hand, by educating the public, you look defensive. by not educating them, then you're almost encouraging them to think th
are awaiting news from microsoft and starbucks. very important earnings news that could affect the value of those stocks. as soon as they come out we'll bring them to you live. we're also continuing to focus on apple, looking really rotten today after yesterday's disappointing report. now the analysts are reacting. some are cutting price targets by 40% but where were these guys yesterday? how does the biggest stock in the world, the price target on that stock dropped 40% in one day without getting some kind of a warning from the analysts? we'll be taubing to an analyst later this hour who sent up some smoke signals last week and says the stock won't see the 700s ever again. sandra: oh. a lot more from world leaders in davos the president of costa rica tells liz the key to business is favorable taxes. go figure. plus the governor the of the bank of israel on keeping his economy strong and safe in a very volatile region. david: microsoft is out. the numbers are out. adam shapiro, how do they look? >> well it's a beat on earnings, david, but a miss on revenue. earnings, 81 cents per share.
bridge on the upper deck into san francisco. >> thank you, 4:48. starbucks has a way to keep countless paper cups out of the land fulls and how much it will cost you. >> newborn spurs connection to her doctor, the incredible photo that is the first viral image of the new year [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your new light creamy potato with bacon & cheese soup says it's 100 calories a serving. that's right. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. my world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon...creamy cheese... [ whispers ] 100 calories... say it again... [ whispers ] 100 calories... ma'am, hello? ma'am? [ female announcer ] find progresso light for a great price today at your local safeway store. >> you are looking like at our camera. a cold one this morning. the frost got my tongue. bundle up. we will let you know the temperatures in your neighborhood coming up. >> next week, governor brown will announce the most significant changes in decades on how california funds education giving districts more local control and boost funding if schools with low in
. the antidoping agency stepped armstrong of seven tour de france titles and banned hem from cycling. >>> starbucks latest plans for expansion may be the company's boldest move yet. and parents, hold on to your wallets. justin bieber is promote agnew way for your kids to spend your cash. >> a live doppler 7hd is taking rain. with all the green on the screen. meteorologist leigh glaser will let us know how long the wet weather will last and you can track our winter storms with live doppler 7hd at abc-7 [cheering] >> ama: more than two dozen swimmers tested the frigid waters of san francisco bay this morning for the sixth annual alcatraz winter swim. they set off for the park a distance of one and a quarter miles. it attracts high endurance athletes. authorities estimate the water must have been around 50 degrees. >> starbucks is opening its first cafe in vietnam. it will be open for business next month in hoe he -- ho whici minh city. many owners of small vietnamese coffee shops say the price of a starbucks coffee will be out of reach for many people. >> teenagers could soon carry a bit of boberer i
or the size. and i don't think starbucks really needs our help. thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> good evening my name is robin gross. i am an event planner and i'm in and out of downtown all the time. one of the reasons this is of interest to me is that as we know, the lines in the coffee shops as was spoken before are quite long. one of the issues that i wanted to bring up. that my understanding is that the hours of operation for expresso subito is from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. on two locations and varying between the 2nd street location and the other location. so i do understand the issue of parking. i do understand downtown being really tight. i definitely understand people's concerns. but we are talking about 6-10 in the morning. i understand, i have seen the truck in operation. he is in and out of that spot in about 15 minutes after he is finished. so a lot of the concerns that people have seem to be more during the day. and i feel that mr. goldstein has tried to do his best to make this work for everybody. i did want to show one of the issues i heard th
now gives lenders "cover" from legal action. starbucks is attempting to block actor patrick dempsey's bid to buy tully's coffee in court today. dempsey's group, global baristas, offered $9 billion for the tully's franchise. now starbucks and agri-nurture, a food producer based in the phillippines, are offering to buy all 47 tully's locations in a $10.5-billion bid. starbucks wants 25 of those stores to rebranded under its own name. the case heads to bankruptcy court today. herbalife's ceo is fighting back. ceo michael johnson defended the nutritional supplements company after hedge fund manager bill ackman called it a "pyramid scheme" with shady business practices. johnson says herbalife is a legitimate company with real products, customers, and solid management. ackman bet one billion dollars against herbalife's stock, and called for the ftc to shut it down. herbalife shares were down 70% at $39 thursday. the nomination process for the next treasury secretary is moving forward with president obama naming jack lew as his pick. "i trust his judgement, i value his friendship, i know v
at the coffee store with a big announcement, but starbucks says not so fast. >> also your tax refund delayed. when you can expect that check and who you can blame when it shows up late. >> and the never before published picture of a woman about to become a princess, but who is the guy with diana? stay with us. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your new light creamy potato with bacon & cheese soup says it's 100 calories a serving. that's right. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. my world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon...creamy cheese... [ whispers ] 100 calories... say it again... [ whispers ] 100 calories... ma'am, hello? ma'am? [ female announcer ] find progresso light for a great price today at your local safeway store. for tully's coffee may not be over. patrick dempsey says he and his in-- investors put in for the chain. he showed up to talk about the big deal. >> reporter: nearby office workers, mostly women, showed themselves lingering for a bit at the pike place market. >> the coffee is so good. to see mcdreamy a little bit, he is handsome. >>
. good morning scott. > > good morning angie. > we are talking microsoft and starbucks both came out with earnings after the close. let's start with microsoft. what do you think about this stock? it was trading lower last night after the close. > > we saw earnings per share right in line. the whisper number was 77, estimates were 75, came out 75. right in line. revenues were just a tad short. they were about $150 million short or so. the big thing for microsoft right now is how is this windows 8? how is this integrating into their entire macro... lets call it "product base?" that is what their basic platform is now for the coming years. they have the new tablet coming out in two or three weeks. how are people accepting this windows 8? that is what we really have to sit and digest and see what the numbers are on that. but i will tell you that microsoft traded down last night to about $27.20 or so. $27 is really a pretty solid support area here. so i think that this is a great place to nibble and probably get in. > starbucks also traded lower after the close last night, but the company
by the references that the only compete on the street is starbucks and they don't count. by the way those people who are working hard, they are local, and i think that is not to be whole-hearted by thrown off the table. this second [stra-pbz/] script is from michelle tran speaking on behalf of muffin and muffin. my parents own muffins muffin and i'm concerned. i was going to say that although they are applying for 84 2nd street they will literally be half a block from my parent's shop. we also do sell coffee, espresso and we have been doing for the last 20 years. sellers market would be one block away from the proposed site. i'm opposed to this cafe, in that this area has a lot of coffee service and will not bring about new customers for new items. thank you. may i? this is [ inaudible ] >> i have been in this business for 50 years, family business. i am here just to make a simple comment and i will be very brief. by all standards, be it the california department of health, the san francisco department of health, or all fda standards, coffee is one beverage; it is considered one product. no differ
getting alsz by the time they travel to mars. >>> u.s. face as downgrade and starbucks retires an old id. >>> strong gains and property stock in china lifted most asian stocks this morning. hong kong's hang seng added nearly half a percent while con congress's kospi added half a percent and tokyo's nikkei remains closed for the holiday. >>> the dow finished at 308 points higher. the nasdaq also gained 92 points. >>> two of the nation's largest credit rating companies are urging congress to shrink the federal deficit that now tops $1 trillion. if they fail to add it could cut the nation's a aa rating and it could be lower unless congress takes action. >>> avis, the nation's largest car rental company is going in a new direction. it plans to buy zipcar for $400 million. zipcar is a car-sharing service that's more lucrative. members pay a yearly fee in addition to an hourly rate. >>> al jazeera is expected to have a much bigger voice in the u.s. it plans to by current tv started by former vice president al gore and a business parter for about $500. al jazeera is only available in a few plac
. will microsoft go the way of the dying pc. >>> starbucks shares get a jolt this morning on earns. >>> samsung posted record profits but show signs that maybe the smartphone slowdown is not an apple problem. apple slightly higher after closing down 12% yesterday. >>> futures moving higher as the dow looks at a march toward record territory. posted gains for the tenth time in the last 11 sessions. also, the s&p 500 surpassing the 1,500 mark for the first time since december 2007, but closed below that level with a slight gain on the session. certainly it seems like it's all positive. the dow transports confirming this move higher. it was pointed out in a note a couple of days ago that that's the buy signal here on the dow. yesterday's market action, jim, was that concerning that it couldn't hold 1,500? >> i'm not going to be concerned about where they nailed it at the close. the earnings per share have just been stellar. not just the bottom one. the outline's been great. procter & gamble this morning, and i was on the starbucks call. they're firing on every single cylinder, delivering on all pr
. >>starbucks wants to team you up with a way to help out the environment. >> starting today, it will begin selling reusable plastic cups for $1. they look similar to the existing cups and it is to get you to go green and you get a 10 cent discount for bringing your own cup. that will pay for itself after about 10 uses and starbucks says it will clean the cup for you with boiling water before each use. >>subaru is recalling 634,000 cars in the united states. this is over faulty brakes that could cause fires. -- faulty lights that could cause fires. the company says moisture can get into the lights and cause a short circuit and cause fires. >> if you want to see an end to the robocalls the federal trade commission want your help. it is putting money on the line in a new contest open to the public. the winning submission gets $50,000 and a trip to washington to present the solution the ftc has already had 130,000 submissions. the deadline is midnight january 17. still >> i >> take a look at best -- it cleans and entertains and makes a great baby ride. this cleaning robot became a fun little r
for haywood this afternoon. >> good morning. welcome back. the time is 4:09. >> starbucks is headed to vietnam. the seattle-based company will open its first foreign ho cji minh city next month. the move is part of starbucks efforts to expand in asia. >> starbucks currently operates in 61 countries, but in vietnam 62. >> starbucks will also start selling $1 reusable plastic cups a day. the company already gives customers a dime discounted they bring in their own calls for refills. >> starbucks once more customers use reusable cups. and is aiming for least 5% of its drinks to be served in them. >> facebook new poke app is not getting great reviews. >> in fact, some are calling it a did . the new poke features copies snapchat , app for users messages self- destruct. >> some tech spurs point facebook is created these app to keep up with the younger users but that the app is very badly done the paa and no. 1 in apple's app store on monday, it fell out of the top 50 quickly. >> ups expects today to be the busiest for all those on their returns. >> the men and women brown will celebrate national ret
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